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As-built drawings are essential for ensuring the safe and efficient operation of midstream pipelines, as they provide a detailed reference for maintenance and repair activities, as well as for future expansions or modifications to the pipeline system. JML prides itself on always providing accurate as-built documentation necessary for compliance with regulatory requirements.
Accurate mapping helps to ensure that pipelines are constructed in the most efficient and environmentally sound manner possible. We proudly boast decades of experience in detailed pipeline mapping. JML understands the need for impeccable mapping to guarantee safe and effective construction and operation of pipelines.
Midstream pipeline GIS (Geographic Information System) is a technology used to manage and analyze spatial data related to the construction, operation, and maintenance of pipelines. Our GIS team has experience with planning pipeline routes, managing pipeline assets, monitoring the safety of pipelines, as well as plan maintenance activities and respond to emergencies.
JML understands the need to leverage GIS technology so pipeline operators can improve safety, increase efficiency, and reduce costs associated with pipeline operations.
3D modeling has become increasingly important in midstream pipeline operations as it offers several benefits over traditional 2D modeling techniques. Our design team boasts decades of experience with 3D modeling and can promise the following advantages of using 3D.
Enhanced visualization: 3D models provide a more detailed and accurate representation of the physical environment, making it easier to identify potential issues and plan accordingly.
Improved planning and design: 3D models can be used to simulate different scenarios and evaluate potential impacts, allowing pipeline operators to optimize design decisions and reduce construction costs.
Increased safety: 3D models can be used to identify potential safety hazards, such as underground utilities or environmentally sensitive areas, enabling pipeline operators to take appropriate precautions.
Better communication: 3D models can be shared with stakeholders, such as regulators, landowners, and contractors, to provide a clear and detailed view of the pipeline system.
Our engineers use computer modeling and other tools to design pipelines that are safe, efficient, and cost-effective. Design considerations may include factors such as pipeline diameter, wall thickness, pressure, and flow rate, as well as environmental and regulatory requirements. JML's work proves engineering is an essential component of the oil and gas industry, ensuring that pipelines are designed, constructed, and operated in a manner that is safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible.
JML's preliminary design team has years of experience in the initial pipeline designs and layouts based on the findings and assessments conducted during the preliminary phase of the project. We are always eager to create a viable and cost-effective pipeline design that meets the needs of the project while also ensuring safety, regulatory compliance, and environmental protection.